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The final installment to what has been a great, enjoyable, entertaining series. I've truly loved every book in this series and this final book was just as good as the other two. I'm not going to say too much about the specifics, because you just need to know that you need to read this entire series...and then reading this book will be a given.
I loved everything about the conclusion...the bachelor trip, the planning, the clueless grooms, the final place of where they ended up both personally and professionally. I've fallen in love with these two guys and watching them fall in love with one another brought me so many hours of happy reading. This book had me both laughing and crying.
Simply put...I loved it! And you need to read the whole series if you haven't. It's wonderful!
Would you consider the audio edition of Wedlocked to be better than the print version?
The audio edition brings to life the characters appearing on paper. The individual voices of the different characters makes the story seem more real. Although the written word helps with the visualization it just not the same with voices of the characters in the story.
What did you like best about this story?
The story was essentially a reunion of all my favorite characters from the Locke, Temptation and Sunset Cove series. It was fun to catch up where they are now and there were links back to other books, for example the bow tie in Logan's drink mentioned in Ella Frank's book Tate.
Which scene was your favorite?
The best scene was the bachelor weekend in Cabo. It was funny and again showed how the different character's lives interleaved with one another. I really enjoyed Logan and Finley meeting up again.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The epilogue was the best but don't want to give it away since it would be a spoiler.
Any additional comments?
The voice performance was top notch. Charlie David does a great performance and the various voices from earlier series he read came through. Definitely a satisfying conclusion to the PresLocke series.